Of course, many who read this sleepy little blog have a hope that this will happen. But in all reality, I completely expect the Democrats to make every effort to steal this election using fraudulent ballots that are now being hid into car trunks and basements, as I type.
They did try it in New Jersey recently. But the turnout was so overwhelmingly in favor of the GOP candidate, they couldn't steal it. That's what needs to happen in Massachusetts, today.
Massachusetts, the entire nation is watching and waiting. We are all behind you and counting on you to do the right thing. A renewal of American politics is ready to spark, ready to ignite, and ready to spread across this great country.
Please, please.... be that spark.
The skewing has already begun in the media. Note the poll referenced in this Boston Globe article.
The new poll, done for the liberal Daily Kos blog by Research 2000, found Brown and Coakley tied, 48-48. The telephone poll of 500 randomly selected voters was conducted Friday through Sunday and had a margin of error of plus or minus 4.5 percentage points.
Now take a look at where it stands among the more respectable polling organizations. Unless they know something ahead of time, I think Kos needs to get out of the polling business.
UPDATE 9:24 PM:
FOX just reported that Coakley has conceded. This is a huge margin of victory for such a liberal stronghold. Imagine the effects this will have on blue dog states.
Evan Bayh? Are you watching this? The people of Indiana are coming for you next.